Australia Enlists Nauru to Aid in Crackdown on Boat Refugees - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

The Prime Minister of Australia, Kevin Rudd, struck a deal with a small pacific island state in a drive to implement his hardline policy on immigration. The deal, agreed on Saturday, will send asylum seekers who come to Australia by boat to a processing centre on the island of Nauru. The new arrivals can opt for resettlement after their claims for refugee status are processed on Nauru. Genuine refugees arriving by boat will also be denied the option of being resettled in Australia.



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